JR AT THE WATARI MUSEUM MUSEUM IN TOKYO
Supertouch buddy JR’s first solo museum exhibition opened on Saturday in Tokyo, Japan, at the Watari Museum of Contemporary Art. A massive-scale photographic pasting was installed on the outside facade, representing inhabitants from North East Japan, where the tsunami hit in March 2011 in an effort to pay tribute to the country’s greatest national loss in decades. The show will be on display until June 2nd, if you’re in Japan, don’t miss it.
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